Norwegian police confirmed Saturday morning that they had arrested Anders Behring Breivik, 32, a suspect identified as a right-wing extremist who is responsible for Friday's bombing and the youth camp shooting rampage in Oslo, Norway.
The deadly explosion and shooting attacks left 91 dead. The suspect will face terrorism charges that carry a prison sentence of up to 21 years, according to a police report on Saturday.
Breivik, who is thought to have planted the bomb near the Prime Minister's Office, killed seven people and then headed to Utoeya island for a killing spree, during which he shot dead at least 84 people.
Utoeya, a small wooded holiday island, was hosting the annual camp for the Labor Party's youth wing when the gunman turned the youth paradise into a hell, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said during a separate news conference. What happened at Utoeya is a national tragedy. Not since World War II has our country seen a greater crime, Reuters cited him as saying.
Photos have emerged from a book downloaded from a link posted on the Norwegian discussion Web site, www.freak.no. The book, entitled 2083 - A European Declaration of Independence, is seen in this screen grab made July 23, 2011.
The book is signed by an Andrew Berwick, the author says within the document that Andrew Berwick is an Anglicised version of Anders Breivik. It was not possible to verify who uploaded link to the book, which was posted on July 22.
Click on the slideshow to see how the twin attacks tore Oslo apart on Friday: